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Trail of Ashes at the AGO

Monday, October 19, 2020

The police suspect that the fire at the AGO’s Main Building was ignited by a smoldering cigarette butt discarded by a worker doing building renovation work. There were no usable fire hydrants on the grounds.

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The torched Attorney General’s Office building in Jakarta, October 8./TEMPO/Hilman Fathurrahman W. tempo : 171927266967.

STEEL scaffolding was in place around the main building of the Attorney General’s Office (AGO) in South Jakarta on Thursday, August 15. Over a dozen workers were standing on different sections of it. “Repairs can begin because the investigation process is deemed to have been completed,” said Agung Hari Setiyono, the AGO’s Chief of Legal Information Center, on that day.

Work is being done on the main building. Fire de


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